Three Signs You May Be Brushing Too Much

Posted on: 4 November 2015
When you visit your dentist for a cleaning, you may hear the advice to brush your teeth after every meal, or at least twice per day, and for two minutes each time. But not everyone is the same, so a standardized brushing schedule may or may not work for you. For example, if you have braces you must brush every time you eat, because braces can trap food and hold it against your teeth.
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Getting Dental Implants Can Let You Eat Favorite Foods Again

Posted on: 20 October 2015
When you have bad teeth that need to get pulled, you know how much it can hurt to eat. Because of those teeth, you may have restricted what you eat because it hurts too much to eat hard foods or it's just too difficult to chew. Getting rid of those sore teeth and getting a dental implant to replace them can get rid of that pain, and make you feel a lot better.
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Tips For Taking Your Child To The Dentist When They Have Asperger's

Posted on: 24 September 2015
If you are worried about your child's up-and-coming dental exam due to their Asperger's, there are tips you and the dentist can follow to help make the appointment go smoothly. Make sure the dentist is willing to take the extra time to work with your child in a way that helps them feel secure. Use the tips in this article during the appointment to see a much more relaxed child: 
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4 Things You Need To Know About Oral Aspergillosis

Posted on: 14 September 2015
Aspergillus is a type of mold that is widespread in nature. It can be found growing anywhere from inside damp walls to inside starchy foods like baked goods and potatoes. Everyone gets exposed to aspergillus, and for most people, it's not a problem. However, for some people, aspergillus can take hold in the mouth and grow out of control, leading to a fungal infection called oral aspergillosis. Here are four things you need to know about oral aspergillosis.
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